Irish Prime Minister disappointed over lack of Brexit agreement

While Ireland believed that a deal had been secured regarding the country's border relations with Britain, but it appears that the agreement cannot yet be approved by Brussels.

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Ireland's Prime Minister is disappointed that the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is not able to return home from Brussels Monday with a deal regarding the border between Ireland and the UK.

"We're disappointed and surprised to hear that agreement cannot be concluded today," said Prime Minister Leo Varadkar at a press meeting in Dublin.

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